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October 31, 2012 // Personal
Happy Halloween from all of us at Sierra Blanco Photography including our new addition, Kiva, of course Bump and last but not least, Yoshi, who may no longer be with us but is always with us in spirit :-)!  Have a safe and fun holiday!

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October 30, 2010 // Personal

Happy Halloween from Sierra Blanco Photography and our "mascot", Yoshi!  He is a shark if you can't tell ... it is hard to find costumes that fit him :-)!

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Donna Wright:

Yoshi still looks so young and cute for his age and your pool area looks very pretty.

(10.31.10 @ 09:28 PM)
Jason Hicks:

Happy halloween! Congrats on getting to the top of Google!

(11.05.10 @ 01:07 AM)

This was one of our really big, full-day trips.  I really wanted Phuong to see where I used to live and also experience a place not many tourists to Arizona see - the White Mountains.  We started by going to the Petrified Forest, then continued southeast to Springerville at which point we stopped at Java Blues for lunch (one of our favorite spots to eat in the WM.)  From there we continued on Forest Roads past Big Lake to the West Fork of the Black River and then out to Greer, finally ending in Pinetop for dinner at Charlie Clark's (another favorite) before heading home.  It was still quite barren at that elevation with no leaves yet on the aspens and large patches on snow dotting the mountain.  I really love this area of the state and Phuong definitely could see why :-)! Yoshi went along for the ride and had a great time too!!


Yoshi's comfy little pad in the back of the car, complete with his bed and favorite stuffed animal :-).

Looking out at the Painted Desert in the Petrified Forest.
Having a little fun :-).
OK seriously ... this is one of my all-time FAVORITE Yoshi photos ... this will definitely make it onto the wall!!!
Soooooooo freakin cute!!!!!
Cutting up.
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The Grand Canyon ... that was our final trip on the "Tina & Phuong take on Arizona" expedition.  We had gone to the Canyon when Phuong first arrived, but that was the Trash-the-Dress shoot, so we decided to end our trip here - a place that Phuong was so excited to see.  We brought Yoshi along as well since Phuong developed such a close relationship with him during her stay.  We stopped by Snowbowl on the way to take a photo illustrating the change in season from the photo taken on the first day, seemed befitting.  It was a fun trip, but at the sam time a bittersweet one.  After ten years of not seeing my high school friend, I had grown accustomed to her presence again ... hopefully it won't be another ten years before we meet again and take on another destination :-)!  Love ya Phuong!!


Back to where our trip began ... on top of Snowbowl.  Amazing how different it looked after almost 5 weeks.

I had really been wanting a photo like this.  It symbolizes how great a friend he has been to me over the past 11 years and for me it is a very important image ... it will live on even when I don't have him around anymore and I will always be able to remember and cherish this moment.
Phuong IM'ing on the phone with her husband at the edge of the canyon ... hilarious :-)!
Bye Phuong - it was quite an adventure!!!
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Pita Stanton:

The picture of you and Yoshi is really cute. The picture of the canyon with the storms all along the rim is absolutely amazing!!! I brag about you guys all of the time to people. I am so, so, so happy we went with you for our wedding!!! I come back to your blog at least once a week just to see you work and what you have been up to. Thank you!!

(07.16.09 @ 08:45 PM)
After leaving Florida, I headed to North Carolina to visit my family.  I have been here almost two weeks now and am not ready to make my departure later this week ... but alas, all good things must come to an end.  I have no family in AZ - they all live in NC - so it is always a joy to come home ... though I don't get to do it nearly enough.

Louie, my mom's Westie, has made appearances on the blog before, but it is time to introduce our new addition ... drum roll please ... Gizmo!!  Gizmo was in need of a better home than he came from (though not from lack of the previous owner caring, which is why she gave him up.)  He came to my mom's house in pretty poor condition, but is now beautiful and thriving ... and really, really sweet.  He was advertised as a Westie, but we don't really think so.  I personally think he is a mix between a Schnauzer and a Westie.  We will find out soon though when we have a DNA test done ... we are just so curious.  Here are a few photos we took of them for St. Patty's Day :-).

This is Gizmo.  What do you think he is?

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Sarah Bason:

He is adorable....and I agree with you, he's got schnauzer written all over him! That breed testing is some cutting edge stuff so it's really cool regular vets are able to offer it now -- I'd love to hear how it turns out!

(03.26.09 @ 11:47 PM)

Its official. Gizmo is a WESTIE!!!!

(05.02.09 @ 12:59 AM)